Alex Kurtman won’t be working with long time partner Bob Orci on the script for the next Star Trek film. Instead, JD Payne And Patrick McKay will be joining in.
There is definitely a vocal fanbase that believes Star Trek should be on our TV screens again, whether or not that's in parallel to or instead of the ongoing movie series.
It's been demonstrated to me very clearly by people close enough to the production that The Sinister Six are part of the multi-movie arc.
Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld, Ben Kingsley, Gavin Hood, Bob Orci and Gigi Pritzker will all be there.
Inspired by Michael Crichton style sci-fi, apparently.
Apparently, at this very moment, not even Benicio Del Toro knows who the villain will be in the next Star Trek movie, and he’s been meeting with JJ Abrams about the role. Surely he must have some kind of hunch? Surely there’s an obvious good fit for him in the canon somewhere? Don’t look at […]
The first Star Trek animated series may not have been the worst bit of Trek TV I have ever seen,* but I’d rather it remained a fading memory. I was going to hunt around on YouTube for a clip to put in this post, but I just couldn’t bring myself to do so. It’s late. […]
Who decides what is canon, and what is not? Bob Orci, co-writer of the JJ Abrams Star Trek and its upcoming sequel, has been speaking about the upcoming tie-in videogame, and addressing its relationship to canon: True fans will tell you that canon is only what’s filmed. I’m not an authority on what is canon. […]
A week or so ago, Joe Hill announced via Twitter that the pilot for the Locke & Key TV show might get one public airing after all: Had word yesterday we’ll probably be able to show the Locke & Key pilot at SDCC. It’s not certain – things could change – but seems likely. This […]